What to know about when Trump will go to tri­al

What to know about when Trump will go to trial

The pos­si­bil­i­ty that for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump could evade a crim­i­nal tri­al ahead of the Novem­ber gen­er­al elec­tion is com­ing clos­er to real­i­ty. 
Trump’s legal team has put in an effort to delay the begin­nings of tri­als as much as pos­si­ble. The for­mer pres­i­dent has argued in sev­er­al instances that the var­i­ous indict­ments against him are tan­ta­mount to “elec­tion inter­fer­ence” and that the clos­er tri­al dates are to Elec­tion Day, the hard­er it will be for him to cam­paign.
It’s not clear exact­ly when Trump will appear for the begin­ning of tri­als as opposed to hear­ings, but a string of vic­to­ries in the last week appears to be push­ing the ear­li­est case near Novem­ber.
New York — hush mon­ey pay­ments
Man­hat­tan Dis­trict Attor­ney Alvin Bragg was the first pros­e­cu­tor to indict Trump, and his case was sched­uled to begin on March 25. It was the only tri­al with a sched­uled start dat …